Again, I am not going to just read the Blog post out loud since I still think that you can read. Now you know that HTML stands for HyperText Markup Language and that it can be found everywhere. Now we can start learning the basics of things that are actually in the HTML codes. So first, let's talk about elements. Elements are the "things" that tell the code what you want to put next. For example, if you wanted to add a form for someone to type into (which we will learn more about later), in your code, you'd have to put a less than sign (see the Blog if you dont know what that looks like), the word form, and a greater than sign. Then you would put the form data. At the end of the form, you'd need to put less than, slash, the word form, and greater than so that the browser knows that there is where the form ends. Now, those two elements that surround the form are called Tags. Tags, as you probably figured, are the set of two elements that open and close that function. What I mean by open and close is that you put the beginning element, the data to go into that element, and the closing element so that the browser knows what data goes with what element. You can do all sorts of things with tags and elements in HTML. We will talk about basic functions next.